A lack of legislation and action on behalf of older adults has resulted in the scapegoating of an already vulnerable population, particularly during the pandemic — older Asian adults.
As the vaccination movement progresses beyond healthcare workers and older adults, the disparity in technological savviness and available resources shines light on those left
The incoming cabinet and administration as a whole suggests a turn to times of yore, but breaking down the overall situation may paint a different picture.
Our responsibility as copy editors is to root out disparities in media coverage, and uphold respect and dignity for all
As the field of aging continues to grow with the increasing older adult population, finding opportunities to help older adults in one’s community has become easier than ever.
Thinking about the future can be incredibly daunting considering what the present day looks like, but planning ahead with others is the right step forward.
Judging an individual or group of individuals on the basis of age is just as bad as any form of prejudice — there’s no other way to put it.
As the world continues — or attempts — to retreat indoors, we should take strides to help older adults adjust to the new normal in the digital space.
Last week, Provost Charles Zukoski announced that Keck School of Medicine Dean Laura Mosqueda would be stepping down from her position to help drive “efforts to expand and advance geriatrics at the University.” I had the opportunity to hear from the Keck dean during the early stages of USC’s response to the coronavirus pandemic last […]